Server virtualization is an excellent way to increase application availability, consolidate resources and ease management of your Windows, Solaris, Linux and AIX environmentals. We have the products and expertise to create solutions that can do just that. Open Technologies has helped educational, health care, government and commercial organizations through the implementation and migration applications to a complete virtualized environment. Whether it’s virtualizing Unix or Linux, or Windows we have the experience to make virtualization a reality.
|VMware is a leader in server virtualization where the hardware resources of a single computer are used by multiple virtual servers. vSphere packages range from SMB to Enterprise with a wide range of feature sets to dramatically improve the availability, performance and utilization of your IT resources.
|Oracle VM offers highly efficient and scalable virtualization for both x86 and Sparc based servers. With Oracle VM Server for x86 (Virtual Box or Xen based) you get low cost server virtualization solution with features designed to enable rapid enterprise application deployment and simplify life-cycle management in a highly available environment. Oracle VM server for Sparc (aka LDOMs) takes advantage of the massive thread scale offered by SPARC T-Series servers and the Oracle Solaris operating system to provide up to 128 virtual servers on one system at no cost.
Oracle Solaris Containers allows multiple applications and O/S instances to safely and securely run inside of individual Solaris Sparc and x86 servers. These instances can be Solaris 8, 9, 10, or 11, and are included with Oracle Solaris at no cost.
|IBM offers a range of server consolidation through virtualization solutions. Using the advanced RAS features and leading performance of the Power Systems platform IBM's PowerVM provides a secure and scalable server virtualization environment for AIX, i and Linux applications. IBM Virtualization includes features to increase high availability and utilization such as Live Partition Mobility, and Active Memory Sharing.